Caliburn is seeking an Air Terminal Safety Manager to support the Airfield Manager in overseeing Air Terminal and Ground Handling Services by effectively inspecting the air terminal environment for safety and compliance to ensure daily safe and efficient air operations, as well as actively support and uphold the Company's stated vision, mission, and values.
Must possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities to effectively inspect the airfield environment for safety and compliance with established Air Force, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) or North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) airfield planning and design criteria
Military / Civilian Pilot experience preferred
Knowledge or experience in coordinating FAA / DOD Flight Checks
Qualified or familiar in developing Terminal En-route / Instrument Procedures (TERPS), submitting updates through appropriate agencies, and validating procedure to ensure safety of flight around the Airfield
Experience in conducting and monitoring safety training to employees, safety record keeping, safety meetings, safety inspections and airfield safety exercises in accordance with prescribed regulations
Training / Experience in OSHA and Hazardous Material handling on airfields to include operations of Hazardous Cargo on Airfields
Experience in the development of Air Traffic Control Safety procedures, Accident and Emergency Planning and Preparedness, to include development and review of Minimum Vectoring Altitude (MVA) Charts
Knowledge of all required airfield signs, markings, lighting and aircraft arresting systems
Familiar with all conditions that meet NOTAM criteria processing according to AFI 11-208, Department of Defense Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) System
Other duties as assigned by management.
Shall have completed the USAF AFM certification or have equivalent education (AAAE Airport Certified Employee) and at least 3-years management experience executing Airfield Management duties that correlates to tasks in the AFM PCG and duties described in AFI 13-204v3 at a military or civil airport.
Bachelor's Degree in Safety Science, Occupational Safety or Airfield Management, or a combination of education and equivalent experience in field.
Completion of an aviation safety course of instruction and a course of instruction in accident investigations similar to the US Air Force Accident Investigation course is also preferred.